Skip to main content

tv   News4 Today  NBC  June 25, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EDT

6:00 am
it is 6:00. right now on "news4 today," five people shot and neighbors wants answers. devastating flooding in west virginia. the help now coming as houses are washed away and thousands are left stranded in high water. >> the markets are closed, but the impact may not be over. the worldwide fallout over britain leaving the european union, and what it means for your wallet. all right. you ready for it? it's going to be warm and comfortable this weekend. looking forward to that. we welcome you in
6:01 am
i'm david culver. >> and i'm meagan fitzgerald in for angie goff. break out the shorts and sunglasses, you're going to need it, folks. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein tracking sunshine coming our way. good morning, tom. >> good morning. and a gorgeous weekend on the way. right now low clouds are around and still rather humid. temperatures hovering right around 70 degrees. live view from our capitol camera overlooking union station. the flag flapping gently in a northeasterly breeze, but lower humidity moving in as the day progresses. right now temperatures in the 60s. shenandoah valley and mountains of west virginia and virginia, hovering around 70 at the bay, around 70 degrees. storm team 4 radar clear, the beaches, the bay, west shenandoah valley, in the mountains, a great day for outdoor recreation, getting in some exercise,ú getting in some yardwork. the next chances for rain,
6:02 am
minutes. >> we will check in with you then. thanks. coming up on 6:02. a developing story out of prince george's county. five people shot, three dead. this happened around 9:30 off marlboro pike. among those that died two women and a man. at last check the fourth victim is in critical condition. the fifth is stable. no word how the five victims could be related and there is no suspect information to release at this time. police do not believe, though, this was a random act. another story out of germantown. five injured including three children on a serious clash on clapper road near great seneca highway. it happened in montgomery county last night. these pictured tweeted out of the scene. three of the people are seriously hurt. both rouds 117 and 119 were closed during the investigation. right now all lanes have
6:03 am
guards members are on their way to help out in west virginia where the death toll there continues to rise following powerful floodwaters that tore across the state. you can see some of the aftermath there. nearly entire neighborhoods swallowed by that rising water. thousands remain without power this morning. nbc's rob manns spoke with flood victims in need of basic supplies. >> reporter: here in sommer county, west virginia, where the water of the greenbrier river rose more than 20 feet during thursday's storm, dozens forced to evacuate. >> see that plate? up to there when it started going oun. >> reporter: pastor mark bale has been hearing the stories since the rain began. >> devastation. >> reporter: bale says with emergency crews tied up he began to make calls to try to find help. >> coordinating with other churches and other denominations to really just see
6:04 am
this crew and said they could come today. i said, well, if you could come, yeah, we would like you. >> reporter: just a day after the crew began the pit crew dropped off a tractor trailer of supplies going towards helping overwhelmed shelters stay stocked. >> some people came through that slept in their car last night. had animals and children with them. they slept in their cars and some people haven't been able to return to their homes a the all to see what's there. >> reporter: bale says as he and other volunteers begin to help the victims of this storm, he's grateful for the helping hand coming all the way from danville, west virginia. >> a hard go with the economy and with the flood, that much worse. to know there are people out there to help us is very comforting. >> rob manns report. the investigation into a fatal train cash in manassas continues this morning. this happened on the tracks near wellington road west
6:05 am
manassas amtrak and that vre station. last night prince william county police confirmed one person has died. investigators are still trying to figure out how this happened. >> imagine this -- driving down the street, all of a sudden the road opens up and the car drops. the couple in this car you're about to see weren't sure what happened until they got out and saw a metal plate gave way. this is on wisconsin avenue. ddot says the plate was part of a project in temperatulytown. >> luckily it stopped. once it stopped i saw we could get out and smelled gas. got out of the car. >> could have been a lot worse. the car towed away. not clear how badly it was damaged. questions whether d.c. is doing enough to help preschoolers with special needs. according to "the washington post" the city is
6:06 am
are inadequate. if the city loses its appeal it will be required to identify and evaluate more children between the years of 3 and 5 years old who need special education services. 6:06 is your time now. this morning, a new fracking fight developing in"the washingg a moratorium of the gas extraction process ends next fall. state lawmakers opposed to the drilling effort are making plan to permanently ban it during the next legislative session. the new plan is part of violations of re latigulations out during governor o'malley's second term. a federal judge ordered a county school board to get gavin grimm to use the same rest room as other boys at his school.
6:07 am
accident phis as a male. the u.s. court of appeals sided with the teen in april, deferring to obama administration's position that transgender people are allowed to use bathrooms that identify with their identity. and the hbu alumni begins at 8:00 this morning. meaning a few road closures. a look at affected streets there. closures begin in about an hour and a half, at 7:30. they should all be wrapped up by 10:00 this morning. a worldwide impact is being felt from britain's vote to leave the eu. what do the changes mean for your investment and why the full financial affect may be far from over. >> no winner. at least not yet. >> we can be hopeful. >> how big the mega millions is growing, and your next chance to t that hija
6:08 am
prodders, shuckersers, and sniffers, [ inhales ] all giant produce is triple checked. farm, crate,
6:09 am you don't have to guess. my giant.
6:10 am
we are back at 6:10. this morning, falls church police charging a lunch lady for stealing from students. she allegedly stole thousands of dollars from elementary students' accounts. this took place over a three-year period from the elementary school, and police only began their investigation last week after a school system supervisors discovered discrepancies in several accounts. she's charged with three counts of embezzlement and has been suspended from work without pay. if you haven't gotten your mega millions ticket yet, don't freak out. you still have until tuesday for a shot at the jackpot, which, by the way, is at $390 million. >> wow. >> no one matched all six numbers in friday night's drawing for the $363 million prize, but four tickets sold matched five numbers. so that means one of
6:11 am
tickets is worth $5 million. >> i'd take that. >> i would take that, too. >> uh-huh. >> that's not bad. switching gears now. bring on the sunshine. tom's updating his forecast with how soon we'll be back in the mid-80s, and the most comfortable times to get out and enjoy the weekend. >> it's great barbecuing weather, but if you don't feel like cooking, you don't have to, at least this weekend. we'll tell you about a unique event happening all weekend long, where you can dig in for yourself. with havertys furniture, your home can be perfect. even when life isn't. the neighbor's back. oh, no. this is my husband, gibby! i wanted to show him your furniture! i like it!
6:12 am
you wanna come in? oh no. that would be weird! the 4th of july sale is hpening now. havertys.
6:13 am
6:14 am
good morning. we have some low clouds around the region. there's a live view overlooking rockville pike at veirs mill road and rockville on this saturday morning. low clouds all around virginia, maryland, much of west virginia, but breaking up as the morning progresses. you're hour-by-hour forecast for the day ahead, some sunshine breaking up by 10:00. mid-70s. low 80s by 2:00, mid-afternoon, mid-80s a couple of hours. by 6:00 p.m., going back down. upper 70s by late evening. next chance for rain is coming up in a couple of minutes. >> tom, thank you. following a developing story out of canada this morning where at least five people are dead following a fiery crash along a toronto highway. multiple tractor trailers and several cars collided with at least one car flipping on its roof and erupting in flames.
6:15 am
under investigation. alexandria's top cop is calling it quits after more than 40 years of service. police chief earl cook will retire in october. the alexandria native served at chief the last seven years and has overseen several murders and cook served at the first african-american police chief in that city's history. thousands of people are expected to celebrate pride month with a massive celebration in frederick. the event supports the lgbtq community and kicks off at 11:00 this morning in carroll creek linear park. frederick police are incruiease are security after the gay nightclub killings in orlando. and 50% higher after the city switched its water back in 2014. you recall that was a cost-saving move. flint used that water 18
6:16 am
because the water wasn't treated to control corrosion. the city switched sources against last fall. the fallout from britain's vote to exit the european union can be seen in dollar signs. global stocks lost $2.1 trillion yesterday. more than $800 billion was lost in u.s. markets. nbc's bill neely with more on the unprecedented event that is still sending shock waves around the globe. >> reporter: it was an earthquake. britain turning its back on europe. a shaken prime minister resigning. >> but i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination. >> reporter: beaten by a campaign that aimed to take back control from the european union. >> let june the 23rd go down in our history as our independence day! [ cheers ] art anti-elite,
6:17 am
the trump campaign. its leader heckled, and a favorite to leave the country. >> it's about the right of the people of this country to settle their own destiny. >> reporter: britain will now leave the union of 28 countries. anxiety over jobs and immigration, the crucial issues. the vote to leave was roughly 52-48. some voted to protest then regretted it. >> the whole family this morning, even though majority of us voted to leave, we are actually regretting it. >> reporter: there may be more regrets. this result puts thousands of jobs at risk. u.s. banks, jpmorgan and morgan stanley warning they'll review investments in britain, as did carmakers ford and toyota. president obama reassuring britain and america some ties won't break. >> one thing that will not change is the special relationship that exists between our two nations. >> reporter: the news made britain's currency then stocks globally fa
6:18 am
google reported a sudden uptick in the search question, what happens if he leave? the answer -- no one knows. after a vote that's turned britain and the european union on its head. >> nbc's bill neely with that report. 6:18, your time now on this saturday. and today the sweet smells of barbecue will fill the air along pennsylvania avenue in the district. the 24th annual giant national capital barbecue battle gets underway at 11:30 this morning. one of the biggest food festivals in the country. competing for the title of national barbecue champion. you won't get to taste their creations but plenty of food, we should tell you, will be for sale out there. some of the proceeds get to benefit the local uso. if you can stomach to watch it, check out the men and women swallowing as many hot dogs as possible. this for a spot in nathan's famous fourth of july hot dog
6:19 am
a local competition is taking place at that barbecue at 3:30. today's winner heads up to new york for the famous contest of gluttony. i don't know how you eat another hot dog the rest of the year after doing something like that. >> i agree. and i've lost a couple of times. >> you have? >> not in person. but they dip it in water. it's all about strategy. i guess, like -- i don't even know. whip it down, get more in. i don't know. if that's your thing. >> sorry if we just ruined your waffles. low clouds running see that through the video window behind us, but those clouds will be breaking up. here's what to wear today as you're going to head out the door shortly. you'll be comfortable in shorts and t-shirt and go sleeveless this afternoon. flip-flops, as we'll have wonderful afternoon weather, but right now it's kind of cloudy and just a little bit humid. you can put away the umbrella. will not be needing the umbrella today. you'll need sunglasses later this morning. ad
6:20 am
national pga golf tournament, congress' country club in bethesda, mostly sunny the rest of the morning, late morning and into the afternoon. low humid any place and very importantly a very light wind. so perfect weather for golf at congressional in bethesda for today. temperatures right now there are in the upper 6 oos. upper 60s shenandoah valley, near 70 right inside the beltway in nearby virginia and the bay. not showing rain anywhere in the vicinity. we're all dry this morning. walking, biking, hiking, your forecast for the day ahead, we'll have it by 9:00 in the mid-70s. that's when we'll get a little sun breaking out. by noon going mostly sunny. ought to be near 80 by then. by 3:00 p.m. with lots of sunshine and light wind, we ought to be into the mid-80s. a delightful day for outdoor exercise and recreation. storm team 4 four-day forecast, keep this going. tomorrow, after highs on sunday reaching the upper 80s with lot
6:21 am
low humidity still in place. average is 87. up there sunday and again monday. the difference monday, it will get more humid. and also a likelihood of afternoon storms on monday. highs upper 80s. could get showers around off and on on tuesday. maybe afternoon thundershowers. highs mid-80s. storm team 4 seven-day outlook into wednesday, still a chance of passing showers and storms with highs around 80 degrees, but then towards the end of the week and the weekend, we dry out. partly cloudy on thursday and friday into the mid-80s starting the fourth of july weekend, already. do you believe that, guys? that's next weekend. >> sounds good. thank you, tom. and she's one of the most decorated olympic gymnasts of her time. the personal health battle and the warning shannon miller wants to share with a women. llwe
6:22 am
prodders, shuckersers, and sniffers, all giant produce is triple checked. we're focusing on fresh... you don't have to guess. my giant.
6:23 am
yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it. [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my giant.
6:24 am
you hear the name shannon miller it's likely olympic grace and a champion spirit comes to mind. >> at 33 years old the athlete received news that changed her life forever. doreen gentzler shows how that change set her on a new path. >> reporter: this is shannon miller at the 1996 olympics in atlanta at the top of her game with seven medals, the most decorated gymnast in u.s. history, but 15 years after her olympic victories she received some shattering news. >> my doctor
6:25 am
baseball-sized crist on my left ovary, and that quickly snowballed into any test that might be available to kind of figure out what was going on. >> reporter: married with a young son, shannon was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. >> and everything stopped. just my whole world stopped. >> reporter: doctors remove add mass in her pelvis along with one ovary and a fallopian tube. >> i was very, very lucky that they caught it so early. that is not the case with most ovarian cancers. >> reporter: ovarian cancer ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women and the american cancer society estimates that about 22,000 cases will be diagnosed this year. >> there are symptoms of ovarian cancer, and most women even at early stages have symptoms. they're just non-specific. >> reporter: the top four symptoms of ovarian cancer are bloating, pelvic or abdominal change, weight loss, changes in bathroom habits. shannon was ale
6:26 am
to another child after surgery and chemo surgery and earlier in the month reach add key milestone, five years cancer-free. she lives in florida with her husband and two children and has made it her mission to spread the word to women about making their health a priority. >> certainly as an ovarian cancer survivor i want to speak up and speak out about it, because we need to understand the signs and symptoms and know that it isn't just "on old person's disease." this is a disease that is absolutely horrific. the earlier you can detect it the more options you have. >> that was doreen gentzler reporting. a pelvic mass doesn't necessarily mean you have ovarian cancer but it is critical to get it checked out. early detection is key. nba star lebron james is saying, no thanks to rio. james says it's not fears of the zika virus keeping him from the games. he's not going to the olympics because he needs time to rest
6:27 am
hopes will be a second championship season for cleveland. james has already won two gold amend one bronze medal in three previous trips to the olympic games. the sun's coming out, and so is the heat. tommal updating his forecast with the most comfortable times to get out and maybe wash the car, mow the lawn. >> a lot of options out there. and developing right now at 6:27, wildfires out of control in california. the danger as neighbors rush to safety while first responders search burned out homes. a rare death and a warning for anyone planning to enjoy water sports this summer. the discovery bringing new attention to water
6:28 am
6:29 am
6:30 am
here are the stories we're keeping tabs on at 6:30 on this saturday. we start in prince george's county. police there are investigating a bizarre shooting. five people shot inside a district heights home. three are dead, two women and a man. no word on how exactly the victims are related. police do not believe this was a random act. more than 200 national guard members are heading to west virginia to help with that deadly flooding in the state. another 300 will assist with the ongoing relief effort. the death toll has risen to 23, and thousands remain without power. all lanes back open this morning after a serious crash in
6:31 am
five hurt including three kids in a serious crash near great seneca highway last night. montgomery county fire and rescue tweeted the pictures you're looking at of the scene telling us three of the people were very seriously injured. 6:31, your time. going out for a run, maybe a bike ride, this is the weekend to do it. we welcome you back to "news4 today" on this saturday. i'm david culver. >> good morning. i'm meagan fitzgerald. the sun is coming out. want to get outside do a little tanning, storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein? >> good morning. starting off with a lot of cloudiness, though, on this saturday morning. if you have outdoor plans don't forget the sun block as the sun will break out by mid to late morning and a mostly sunny afternoon. capitol hill in the distance. early clouds break up and a warm, sunny afternoon. lower humidity moving in today and will be in place during the day on sunday. right now, storm team 4 radar all clear on the
6:32 am
no rain to the atlantic beaches. plan on getting in a run, low humidity with us and sunshine breaking out late morning. by noon ought to be near 80. then low 80s by 1:00. by 3:00, mid-80s, hovering in the mid-80s by 5:00 p.m. a great day for outdoor recreation and a next chance for a lock at rain and storms coming up in a few minutes. >> we'll check in then. thank you, tom. right now people trying to flee from a wildfire in central california have died. the people were overcome by their homes. nearly 47 square miles have been burned in the fire that continues to burn out of control. developing right now in prince william county, police are still investigating a shooting. officers went to a home in the 1600 block of fisher court and dumfries around 9:00 last night. a short time later, someone went to an emergency room with a gunshot wound. a second shooting
6:33 am
found at the home. both victims were transported to a local trauma center. still no word on their condition and police are still looking for a possible suspect. happening today, ddot hosts its first public meeting to kick off the stud any ward 7. kicks off at 10:30 until 1:00. neighbors learn more about the study on the community's quality of life, improvements to transportation, safety, connections to destinations and sustainability. a teen who police say threatened to shoot his ex-girlfriend and opened fire inside her school was arrested by d.c. police. the 17-year-old was taken in thursday night. officers searched his home last week after he allegedly sent text messages to his ex-girlfriend saying he would kill her and her family. police found an ac 47 and more than 180 rounds of ammunition. the victim attends eleanor roosevelt high school in green belt.
6:34 am
reporting the threat likely saved lives. they have not released the suspects's name because he's a juvenile. a former dunbar track coach will spend the next 17 years in prison. he was sentenced friday. he pleaded glts toy seven counts of sexual abuse earlier this year. young admitted to abusing seven boys on the d.c. school's campus between 2012 and 2014. a are toer fairfax county police officer adam torres, was sentenced to a year in prison for killing john geer in 2013. but despite the sentence on friday, torres will get out in a couple of weeks on good behavior, because he has already spent ten months in jail. geer's family says the sentence is an insult. it was the result of a plea deal that prosecutors say was key to keeping geer's children often of the witness stand. >> if i went out and shot somebody, i would never see the light of day. >> it's pretty hard on those children and so i guess i could
6:35 am
geer's opinion. >> geer's death led to new police training and policy changing in fairfax county. officers involved must have their names released within ten day. heads up if in mclean and pass near the tyson or greensboro metro stations. seeing a lot of emergency vehicles and first responders between those stations, part of a quarterly drill conducted throughout the region and the green station closed until 2:00 in the afternoon. if you're signed up for the metro alerts they'll let you know when it reopens. metro is running free shuttle buses to replace the silver line service in that area. the u.s. national whitewater center in charlotte has temporarily shut down water activities after a teen died from a brain eating amoeba. lauren seitz died sunday a few days after rafting
6:36 am
her death was caused by the amoeba commonly found in warm bodies of water and can be fatal if it gets in a person's nose. the teen was in a raft with several others that overturned. >> common microorganisms. people go swimming in lakes, ponds and rivers around here they are likely to come in contact with this. the idea we can avoid coming in contact, i don't know how feasible that is. >> reporter: officials say only the whitewater rafting feature is closed. all other activities are operating as normal. no word when it when reopen and no other cases of the disease have been reported. and you might save some money on your next uber ride. what led to a new pricing change for the ride-sharing service. we'll be right back. the time is 6:36. >> well, that's not nice. ey
6:37 am
just about anything. i don't know about that guy right there. look at that little pup. the new title for a four-pound pup rescued from the pound.
6:38 am
prodders, shuckersers, and sniffers, [ inhales ] all giant produce is triple checked. farm, crate, and store. we're focusing on fresh... you don't have to guess. my giant.
6:39 am
a pretty major move by president barack obama. designating the stonewall inn as a national monument. the first to honor gay rights. an uprising in greenwich village after the nypd raided it, a lot of people feel is the start of the gay rights movement. protects acres in land in manhattan, it will be dedicated monday. beauty is in the eye of the beholder. that's what they say. >> exactly. you may want to see if this pooch deserves the new title. sleepy rambo. a chihuahua you're about to see, crowned the world's ugliest dog. the
6:40 am
from the pound. she is 17 years old and now will retire from the ugly contest. each dog vying for this year's title, though, perfect, of course, in their owner's eyes. >> 17 years old? gosh. poor thing. leave her alone. let her rest. >> i know. right? >> 6:40, your time on this saturday. a good day to go for a drive and put your car windows down if doing so. tom is tracking that comfortable weekend and going to tell us how long this sunny stretch will last. [ applause ] it's a busy weekend at the golf course, but it won't be a quiet one. the familiar trend that's becoming tradition on the course. man: life gets so busy with work, and it's really hard to just kind of put that all aside
6:41 am
and sort of focus on having fun or playing, even. hey, playing is a lot of fun. ♪ hey, playing is a lot of fun. woman: i have a masurprise for you.are you? man: you have a surprise for me? narrator: at dominion, 1 in 5 new hires is a veteran. and when they're away, they miss out on a lot. but they won't miss out on financial support. because we cover any difference between their military pay and their dominion salary, and continue benefits for them
6:42 am
why do we do it? because our vets sacrifice enough. "dominion. depend on us for more than energy." ♪ stand by me.
6:43 am
welcome back. your time now is 6:43. the "today" show, of course, is next on nbc 4. let's get a check on what they're working on. >> craig melvin, stephanie roe and special guest kate snow. good morning. >> good morning. >> look at you. >> very nice. >> coming up on a saturday edition of "today," two devastating scenes of mother nature's worst from that flooding in west virginia. you guys have been covering that this morning. i've been watching. nearly two dozen dead so far. hundreds trapped. we'll take you there. also go out west. the relentless wildfires continue to burn. live with both stories.
6:44 am
decision to leave the eu sent stocks tumbling friday with many of us seeing a big loss in our 401(k)s. what should we do now? and on lighter note look at these mutts. some of the homeliest daupg dog the world, but only one can be named the ugliest dog. we introduce you to this year's -- ah, come on. they're not so bad. >> beautiful on the inside, those dogs, i'm sure. those stories and more when we get started on a saturday morning here on "today." >> some of pretty rough looking, we got to admit. >> yeah, they are. >> guys, see you in about 15. >> see you then. 6:54 your time on this saturday. the parents of a stafford county toddler bit bein a snake are grateful this morning, not only is their son healing but many are helping with mounting medical bills. here's why more help may be on the way. >> reporter: this is 16-month-old auden kemp today on his feet and smiling.
6:45 am
he did a week ago. his eyes gladshot from crying. three days in the hospital. all from a snake bite. the little boy's mom telling me she was about a foot way from her son as he was out playing in the yard last week. he made an effort to step over a brick, and then flinched. >> i thought that he scratched his foot on something so i went to pick him up, and when i picked him up i looked down to see what he scratched his foot on and i didn't see anything there. >> reporter: the kemp family is visiting relatives, and over facetime the mom told me she noticed blood and the foot starting to swell. so they rushed to the hospital. >> when we got there they confirmed it was a copperhead bite. >> reporter: and eventually transferred him to fairfax and treated him with anti-venom. the family didn't have health insurance. >> regardless of how much debt, obviously, we just wanted him to be okay. >> reporter: as auden's aunt posted in gofundme, the costs
6:46 am
each vial of medication, $3,000. >> he had 16 vials of that. definitely costly. >> reporter: through social media, folks are stepping up offering donations, prayers and suggestions. this woman writing that, enoba may be able to help. looking into it. >> a program through fairfax where they can get the bills reduced. that will definitely be able to help. >> reporter: for now they're grateful for a healthy son and a generous community. and today some mob history up for sale when hundreds of items from boston gangster whitey bulger go on auction. the auction will benefit of families of his victims including 20 murders and several extortion victims. 86-year-old bulger is serving life in prison for murder, caught in 2011 after 16 yearsen on the run. and a board of supervisors
6:47 am
signed off on a major apartment deal. 800 apartments and condos built. 4 residential buildings going up along kingstown village parkway with new shops and restaurants planned for the ground level and the plaza across from the movie theater featuring a seasonal ice skating rink and water fountain. and you won't see surge rates on the app, but that doesn't mean the extra fees are going away. you will still pay high rates based on demand. the ride share company says it will now show the total price as soon as users order a ride. you have to put in your final destination, though, to see the actual fare. a new turf battle waged in prince george's county. players and parents say a local football field is putting their kids at risk. some football players at northwestern high school in hyattsville say they're being forced to play on a field made up of dirt. they've been injured on it. according to a maryland house bill the school was supposed to get a new ti
6:48 am
students plan to hold a rally monday night. prince george's public schools did not respond to news 4' request for comment. the quicken loans tournament continues today and a familiar face is making a big mark early on. >> after a 23rd place finish at the u.s. open last week, finished in the first round at the tournament. >> now, those fan whose aren't too familiar with the sport often wonder why golf courses are so quiet. news 4 carol maloney has an entertaining look at the art of the golf clap. >> reporter: the golf clap. deliberately quiet. sometimes awkward. aurz sincere. always sincere. >> i tried to perfect it for a long time and i get the right degree of softness. typically after one beer. >> reporter: a shot that's really cool and you do -- >> like, nice shot. keep it up. and -- >> reporter: that soft -- that's
6:49 am
that was good. the volume varies. sometimes silent is the answer. sit here and watch them smack the ball, yet no celebrating. >> no. look. my hands are full. >> reporter: are you clapping on the inside? >> yes. very much so. >> reporter: and doing it right. >> you know, it's like -- >> reporter: you have to show them you care. >> exactly. and i do care. >> ever feel like just dropping your stuff and letting a hoot and holler out after a good tee shot? >> yes, very much so. a better putt. i like good putz. >> reporter: putz will bring out the inner cheer? >> yeah. putts bring in the money. >> reporter: does it make you feel better as a golfer when you see them shake it a little bit? >> a little bit. yeah. >> reporter: these are the fairways. he's in the sand trap, too. >> yeah. i'm not the only one. >> carol maloney. i love it. >> i love that story. a round of applause for tom kierein with a nice forecast. >> wait until you hear it,
6:50 am
[ laughter ] yeah. it is golf clap worthy. check out the blast out at the tournament today with the nbc washington app. as we take a look outside, there is the cloud cover over montgomery county off in the distance. and the trees, congressional country club in bethesda and there the sun should be breaking out and around the region, too, by 10:00 and in the mid-70s and a beautiful day on the way by 2:00. low 80s. briefly hitting mid-80s around 3:00 or 4:00. by 6:00, back down to around 80, lots of sunshine. you'll need the sun block and wear a hat. going to be outside a length of time today, a mild evening by 10:00, back down to the upper 70s and there's the cloud cover over capitol hill. well, you'll need sunglasses litter and sun block. comfortable in sleeveless and shorts, but put away the umbrella. won't need that. no rain today even with the cloud cover around. yes, there at congressional, mostly sun byis
6:51 am
critical thing, light wind today. that play as big role in golf games, especially in the tee zots. a light wind. observerened around 70. no rain on storm team 4 radar. another gorgeous day sunday, highs upper 80s, low humidity. more humidity monday. afternoon and evening storms looking likely on monday. off and on showers and maybe storms tuesday and wednesday. drying out for the end of the week getting into the fourth of july weekend next weekend. that's the way it looks. >> hard not 20 tato take an opportunity when you have potentially olympians in our math and history classes with us. >> class is out for the summer. their project lives on. we're going to show you the legacy these students are excited to finish during their summer vacation. and staying on top of a developing story. three people are dead, two others are in the hospital. what investigators are now revealing about aate-night lsh
6:52 am
6:53 am
unexpected extra steps to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water. it has natural antioxidants that keep our chickens healthy. and we don't have to use antibiotics in their diet. more like orega-yes, am i right? oregano, just one more way we bring you
6:54 am
no antibiotics ever. it's not the easy way. it's the perdue way. students at tc william high school in alexandria, classes, and out for the summer. >> several students still have work to do on a project they hope will end in olympic gold. >> reporter: going through hours and hours of videos searching for the best shots. the ones that show noah and josephus on theirs quest for gold. >> best friends, and brothers, and twins. >> yeah. >> so, yeah. >> i don't know why you shaking
6:55 am
>> reporter: a year ago we introduced you to the brothers just as they returned from a world track and field competition in cuba. their sights now on the olympic. >> doesn't seem like they ever slow down. >> reporter: but the story isn't about the brothers' olympic journey so much as the devoted peers trying to document it all. >> it's hard not to take an opportunity when you've got potential olympians that are in our math classes and history classes with us. >> reporter: since november this group of eight t.c. william high schoolers, part of a tv production class, hit the road with the brothers, captures them on and off the track. >> whenever we go to the meets, all of these people taking pictures of them. i've captured josephus. never talks about himself. dude, you're actually famous. >> struck by humility. >> stuck to who they are, really cool. >> reporter: the goal a full-length documentary and a
6:56 am
brothers' journey. for those behind the scenes, sack facing a lot of free time. even after graduation, most time spent op this project. >> i'd rather do that than have a vacation. >> reporter: hoping their story and the brothers' skills will head to rio. >> that's awesome. best of luck to them. the time is 6:56. here are four things you need to know. prince george's county police are still looking for the suspect in a deadly shooting. five people were shot inside a district heights home. three of them died. no word on how the victims could be related. the national guard headed to west virginia to provide storm relief out there. more than two dozen people have been killed in flooding that has taken over neighborhoods and created massive power outages. and all lanes are reopened this morning after a serious crash in germantown. five people injured including three kids in a serious crash on copper road last night. fallout following
6:57 am
continues around the world. the german foreign minister says negotiations on an exit should start as soon as possible. the vote caused stocks to plummet around the world yesterday. final check of that forecast with tom kierein. going to be nice. >> yeah. clouds now, but sun later. highs mid-80s. low humidity moves in and more of the same tomorrow. a lot of sunshine. low humidity with highs in the upper 80s. great weather for outdoor activities on this saturday and sunday. >> all right. we'll take it. all right. that's going to do it for "news4 today." we're going to be back in 25 minutes to bring you a local news update. >> join us again at 9:00 this morning. until then ha a great day, ve all those pokers, prodders, shuckers and sniffers, all giant produce is triple checked. we're focusing on fresh... you don't have to guess. my giant. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes
6:58 am
tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now you can get 100 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can.
6:59 am
it's a great day for an adventure. surprises are hiding around each corner. come chase thrills that lead in every direction. yet somehow bring us all back together. busch gardens williamsburg and water country usa. vacation packages start at $50 per person. a whole other world awaits. yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it. [ laughter ]
7:00 am
my giant. good morning. breaking overnight, complete devastation. the death toll in west virginia rising, at least 23 now dead in unbelievable scenes of destruction from two days of flooding. >> i've lived around here my entire life, i've never seen anything to this level. >> but this morning, some good news, 500 people were rescued after being stuck in a mall for more than a day after the road washed out. we are live on the scene there. raging inferno, two people killed after a raging wildfire in california burns out of control a. thousand homes in the


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on